Today most people on Earth are connected through wired or wireless networks, or both. The next leap in connectivity will give people the ability to control objects and machines. The Internet of Everything (IoE) will tag objects with tiny wireless devices for communication, computation and sensing. Some projections show demand for such IoE smart sensors will grow from billions to trillions within a decade. The essential enabling technology is an ultra-low power smart radio to provide a unique IP address and location. In this talk, Amin Arbabian discusses how he developed an ant-sized wireless-powered radio chip that costs pennies to fabricate– making it cheap enough to become the missing link to enable the Internet of Everything.